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Is this ETM/Throttle body..

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Old Mar 22nd, 2020, 10:26   #1
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Default Is this ETM/Throttle body..

Does this look like etm/throttle body failure?
2005 2.9 T6 xc90. Drives ok then occasionally goes into limp.
Fault codes as attached

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Old Mar 22nd, 2020, 10:45   #2
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Hi looking at the codes set the only one code that is active is the long term fuel trim bank 2, as there are lots of codes stored I would suggest that you clear all codes and run car until the car goes into limp mode again and check them again, it will be the quickest way as it may only log 1 or 2 codes, looking at the ETM codes they are not active, if you have a scanner you can look at the parameters of the ETM when driving to see what they are doing when the code is logged, hope this helps
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